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Power Electronics for Electrical Engineering

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Course Overview

Gain an excellent understanding of power electronics and power systems by taking this Power Electronics for Electrical Engineering course. 

The Power Electronics for Electrical Engineering course will provide a thorough overview of power electronics fundamentals and their importance. Here, you will learn about the power electronics components and understand the working principle of rectifier circuits. Furthermore, you will learn about the design and implementation of AC and DC choppers and explore the fundamentals of inverters in power electronics.

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify the primary purpose of power electronics
  • Understand how power electronics work
  • Know about rectifiers and their operations 
  • Determine how AC and DC choppers work
  • Gain insights into the inverter fundamentals and types

Who is this course for?

Anyone interested in improving their knowledge of electrical circuit analysis can take this Power Electronics for Electrical Engineering course.

Entry Requirement

  • This course is available to all learners, of all academic backgrounds.
  • Learners should be aged 16 or over to undertake the qualification.
  • Good understanding of English language, numeracy and ICT are required to attend this course.

Certification

  • After you have successfully completed the course, you will be able to obtain an Accredited Certificate of Achievement. You can however also obtain a Course Completion Certificate following the course completion without sitting for the test. Certificates can be obtained either in hardcopy at the cost of £39 or in PDF format at the cost of £24.
  • PDF certificate’s turnaround time is 24 hours, and for the hardcopy certificate, it is 3-9 working days.

Why choose us?

  • Affordable, engaging & high-quality e-learning study materials;
  • Tutorial videos/materials from the industry-leading experts;
  • Study in a user-friendly, advanced online learning platform;
  • Efficient exam systems for the assessment and instant result;
  • The UK & internationally recognized accredited qualification;
  • Access to course content on mobile, tablet or desktop from anywhere anytime;
  • The benefit of career advancement opportunities;
  • 24/7 student support via email.

Career Path

Power Electronics for Electrical Engineering course offers useful skills to possess and would be beneficial for any relevant profession or career such as:

  • Electronics: Apprentice Electrician
  • Electronics: Industrial Electricians
  • Electronics: Commercial Electrician
  • Electronics: Residential Electrician
  • Electronics: Maintenance Electrician
  • Auto Electrician

Course Curriculum

Unit 1- Introduction to Power Electronics Components
Module 1- Introduction to Power Electronics 00:13:00
Module 2- Uncontrolled Switches 00:17:00
Module 3- What is the Benefit of Diode 00:06:00
Module 4- Semi-Controlled Switches Part 1 00:09:00
Module 5- Semi-Controlled Switches Part 2 00:14:00
Module 6- Semi-Controlled Switches Part 3 00:05:00
Module 7- What is the Benefit of Thyristor 00:05:00
Module 8- Fully Controlled Switches Part 1 00:17:00
Module 9- Fully Controlled Switches Part 2 00:10:00
Module 10- Fully Controlled Switches Part 3 00:12:00
Unit 2- Fundamentals of Rectifier Circuits
Module 1- Overview on Rectifiers 00:02:00
Module 2- Rectifier Definition 00:01:00
Module 3- Half Wave Uncontrolled Rectifier with R Load 00:21:00
Module 4- Example on Half Wave Uncontrolled Rectifier with R Load Part 1 00:06:00
Module 5- Example on Half Wave Uncontrolled Rectifier with R Load Part 2 00:07:00
Module 6- Half Wave Uncontrolled Rectifier with RL Load 00:10:00
Module 7- Derivation of the Discontinuous Current in R-L Load 00:08:00
Module 8- Freewheeling Diode (Commutation Diode) 00:03:00
Module 9- Half Wave R-L Load with FWD 00:09:00
Module 10- Difference Between Continuous and Discontinuous Mode in RL Load 00:07:00
Module 11- Half Wave RL Load with FWD Continuous Mode 00:06:00
Module 12- Example on Half Wave Rectifier with FWD 00:07:00
Module 13- Bridge Full Wave Uncontrolled Rectifier Part 1 00:07:00
Module 14- Bridge Full Wave Uncontrolled Rectifier Part 2 00:05:00
Module 15- Quick Revision on Bridge Full Wave Uncontrolled Rectifier 00:06:00
Module 16- Firing Angle 00:02:00
Module 17- Half Wave Controlled Rectifier R Load 00:05:00
Module 18- Half Wave Controlled Rectifier R-L Load 00:04:00
Module 19- Half Controlled R-L Load with FWD 00:06:00
Module 20- Example 1 00:07:00
Module 21- Example 2 00:08:00
Module 22- Example 3 00:13:00
Module 23- Example 4 00:09:00
Module 24- Example 5 00:05:00
Module 25- Fully Controlled Bridge Rectifier Part 1 00:06:00
Module 26- Fully Controlled Bridge Rectifier Part 2 00:06:00
Module 27- Quick Revision on Bridge Full Wave Controlled Rectifier 00:02:00
Module 28- Example 6 00:08:00
Module 29- Half Controlled Bridge Rectifier 00:08:00
Module 30- Half Controlled Bridge Rectifier with FWD 00:05:00
Module 31- Example 7 00:06:00
Module 32- Example 8 00:07:00
Module 33- Performance Parameters 00:04:00
Module 34- Power Factor 00:04:00
Unit 3- Fundamentals of AC Choppers
Module 1- Introduction to AC Choppers 00:02:00
Module 2- Definition of AC Choppers 00:05:00
Module 3- Switching Techniques in AC Choppers 00:06:00
Module 4- Applications on AC Choppers 00:03:00
Module 5- Types of AC Choppers 00:02:00
Module 6- AC Chopper with R Load 00:14:00
Module 7- Example 1 on AC Chopper with R Load 00:06:00
Module 8- Example 2 on AC Chopper with R Load 00:04:00
Module 9- AC Chopper with L Load Part 1 00:13:00
Module 10- AC Chopper with L Load Part 2 00:06:00
Module 11- Example on AC Chopper with L Load 00:08:00
Module 12- AC Chopper with RL Series Load 00:20:00
Module 13- Example on AC Chopper with RL Series Load 00:07:00
Module 14- AC Chopper with RL Parallel Load 00:25:00
Module 15- Example on AC Chopper with RL Parallel Load 00:06:00
Module 16- AC Chopper with Pure Capacitive Load 00:14:00
Module 17- Example on AC Chopper with Pure Capacitive Load 00:04:00
Module 18- AC Chopper Loaded by Heavy Rectifier 00:06:00
Module 19- AC Chopper Loaded by an AC Motor with Sinusoidal Back Emf 00:12:00
Module 20- Example on AC Chopper Loaded by an AC Motor with Sinusoidal Back Emf 00:08:00
Module 21- Integral Cycle Control 00:11:00
Module 22- Example on Integral Cycle Control 00:04:00
Unit 4- Fundamentals of DC Choppers
Module 1- Introduction to DC Choppers 00:02:00
Module 2- Definition and Application of DC Choppers 00:05:00
Module 3- Step down DC Chopper with R Load 00:12:00
Module 4- Example on Step Down DC Chopper with R Load 00:08:00
Module 5- Generation of Duty Cycle 00:09:00
Module 6- Switching Techniques 00:03:00
Module 7- Step Down DC Chopper with RLE Load Part 1 00:19:00
Module 8- Step Down DC Chopper with RLE Load Part 2 00:15:00
Module 9- Example 1 on Step Down DC Chopper with RLE Load 00:13:00
Module 10- Example 2 on Step Down DC Chopper with RLE Load 00:02:00
Module 11- Step Up DC Chopper with R or RL Load 00:09:00
Module 12- Step Up DC Chopper with RE Load 00:15:00
Module 13- Example on Step Up DC Chopper with RE Load 00:20:00
Module 14- Buck Regulator Part 1 00:16:00
Module 15- Buck Regulator Part 2 00:17:00
Module 16- Example on Buck Regulator 00:03:00
Module 17- Boost Regulator 00:23:00
Module 18- Example on Boost Regulator 00:06:00
Module 19- Buck Boost Converter 00:17:00
Module 20- Example on Buck-Boost Converter 00:05:00
Unit 5- Fundamentals of Inverters
Module 1- Introduction to Inverters 00:02:00
Module 2- Definition of Inverters 00:04:00
Module 3- Importance and Applications of Inverters 00:08:00
Module 4- Single Phase Half Bridge R-Load 00:15:00
Module 5- Single Phase Half Bridge RL- Load 00:08:00
Module 6- Performance Parameters of an Inverter 00:05:00
Module 7- Example on Single Phase Half Bridge 00:10:00
Module 8- Single Phase Bridge Inverter R- Load 00:06:00
Module 9- Single Phase Bridge Inverter RL- Load 00:07:00
Module 10- Example on Single Phase Bridge Inverter 00:06:00
Module 11- Three Phase Inverters and Obtaining the Line Voltages 00:15:00
Module 12- Three Phase Inverters and Obtaining The Phase Voltages 00:17:00
Module 13- Example on Three Phase Inverters 00:16:00
Module 14- Single Pulse Width Modulation 00:13:00
Module 15- Multiple Pulse Width Modulation 00:13:00
Module 16- Example on Multiple Pulse Width Modulation 00:04:00
Module 17- Sinusoidal Pulse Width Modulation 00:16:00
Module 18- Industrial Inverter 00:03:00

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